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Creamy squash and apple soup

This soup is one of those dishes that one must absolutely make as soon as the Fall season hits. Not only is it easy to make, it is ultimately warming and perfect to have for the cold weather. It becomes even better when this beauty gets laced with a variety of creamy tart and spicy flavours making it a creamy squash and apple soup. I used butternut squash for my variation because I love the sweet nutty flavour it brings to the soup.…

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0 In France/ Paris/ Travel

Summer in Paris

Oh Paris. Need I say more really? Our summer in Paris, though short, was glorious. We only stayed in the city for two days as the focus of this summer’s trip was really the South of France. But of course Paris, even if for only a few days, never ceases to prove its charms and has still captivated me through and through. Having finished all the tourist spots on our first trip two years ago, we opted to focus on just getting lost…

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0 In Food

Banana Bread

Thank goodness fall season is upon us! What better way to enjoy the cool weather than some freshly baked banana bread. I have stumbled upon the wonderful site of the kitchn and I must say, any recipe I follow from this site comes out absolutely delicious. For my banana bread, I faithfully referred to the kitchn’s take on making banana bread and as per usual it came out wonderful. To begin, I made sure I melted my butter fully as I wanted to…

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0 In France/ French Riviera/ Travel

Antibes

What’s amazing about the South of France is that every commune is unique. Each and every commune offers a kind of beauty one will not find elsewhere and Antibes is no different. Antibes is beautiful on its own right. The streets are quaint and quiet and little nooks and corners are filled with overflowing cascades of wildflowers. I loved how there’s almost always a surprise at every little street you turn be it a nostalgic window or a series of…

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0 In Rome/ Travel

Rome

It’s been five months since I wrote. You’ll have to forgive me as I’ve just dipped myself into the biggest adventure I could have yet… I got married!! And yes it’s been amazing! The past months have been a true roller coaster ride what with all the wedding and honeymoon planning. Much as I love it though, I am so happy to get back in the grind of things and really start living my new chapter with my husband. Let…

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0 In France/ French Riviera/ Travel

St Paul de Vence

About an hour away from Nice lies a medieval town perched on top of a hill. From the bus, you can see the cluster of buildings set on a fortified commune. St Paul de Vence was the first place we visited upon arriving in Nice. This beautiful medieval town was the quintessential artist’s retreat. Every corner you turn and every shop you pass by is, pretty much, an art gallery. What’s even more amazing are the collections of artwork the shops…

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0 In Books/ Culture/ Lifestyle

The Paris Wife

I am absolutely that type of reader who not only goes through the lines of a book but also consumes the content, the meaning, the imaginary world such volume has to offer. I open a book prepared to go along with the characters and the story as if I  am part of the whole narrative. As an ode to my love for books, I am beginning a new way of keeping track of the books I read and love. What better time to…

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